Up again! e7 released!

Wow, it’s been a long time since I last used my blog. Almost a year. I will really try to keep you guys updated more often from now on. I will also make a bit of a redesign of my site, the blue on top with my logo looks just terrible.

That said, I released my new game e7! You can play it here: playe7.com or go check it out on Newgrounds.

It got the daily feature there, and an amazing score of 4.22!

It has also gotten quite a bit of attention by the indie games community:

e7 on Jay is Games

e7 on Indiegames

e7 on RockPaperShotgun

“e7 is lovingly understated and beautiful, from the rush of wind and light piano track that convey a simultaneous sense of isolation and hope, to the silhouetted foreground scenery overlaying a distant and imaginative landscape. The gameplay is simple, to be sure, but the central mechanic is fun to learn, tricky to master, and wholly satisfying once you’ve reigned it in. ”

- AdamC, jayisgames.com

  • admin

    Thanks Wolfgang. I’m glad you enjoyed it :) . I made a public release of the soundtrack on my blog.

  • John

    This is pure art. The music is beautiful and the gameplay brilliant!

  • joe

    i just played this game on mochigames and i tell you, it left me with a feeling of ‘i want more’ :)
    great stuff, but way too short. i could spend hours on it!

  • http://www.myspace.com/SuperPuzzler Wolfgang DelaSangre

    This was an excellent game. Very original and with a good story. I wish you could have explored the planet a bit more, perhaps investigate the ruins a bit and maybe even figure out why the planet’s surface behaves the way that it does. But the game does so much already that these are just minor aches of a guy who likes big stuff like that anyway.

    I will say this, though: The gameplay and the story weren’t the only excellent qualities. The music was beautiful and you should make a public release, perhaps on Newgrounds. I’d love to have it to listen to when I need to unwind.